Once you decide you’re ready to pursue IVF, one of the first things you want to do is decide whether you’d rather use fresh or frozen eggs. There are pros and cons to both.
With fresh eggs, you’re going to be more limited in your selection of egg donors because you’ll have to select someone who has a cycle synced up with yours. But if you’re wanting a larger number of eggs for a larger potential family, fresh eggs may be a better option.
Frozen eggs usually mean fewer viable embryos and thus less likelihood of a multiple birth pregnancy. But frozen eggs offer greater selection among egg donors, lower cost, and a better chance that you will have a successful implantation.
To able to have a successful pregnancy through IVF procedure, you might need to repeat your embryo transfers. To have high-quality good grade embryos are is a primary aim of IVF with an egg donor, so that, multiple embryos transfer can be done, just in case needed.